- Create, reply, forward, or delete messages with just a few clicks,
or archive messages for safe storage and future viewing.
- Customize your email messages with stationery, background color, signatures,
- Create and edit contacts easily and form a distribution list for work
or personal use.
- Schedule appointments, meetings, and important dates with clients,
co-workers, or even family members.
- Share your calendar with co-workers, assign yourself tasks or assign
tasks to others, and send attached documents via e-mail.
- Learn to work with contacts, schedule appointments using the calendar,
customize your toolbar, and more.
About This Course
This Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Essentials Training Course contains
detailed instruction to walk you through performing many tasks in Outlook
that show you how to use this powerful tool for much more than just checking
The course topics appeal to all Outlook 2003 users – beginner through
advanced. You will learn everything you need to know to use Outlook as
a total daily organizer and communication tool through e-mail to planning/scheduling
features and customizing the interface itself.
In this course, you’ll learn from a combination of quick tips and
detailed instruction on using Microsoft Outlook 2003. And, to make quick
work of using Outlook, you’ll learn about working smarter, not harder
by using popular Outlook 2003 features including distribution lists, meeting
requests and message organization options.
As you progress through this course, you’ll graduate from performing
basic tasks, such as sending email and setting appointments, to more advanced
functions, such as searching for Outlook items and creating e-mail signatures.
There are over 25 lessons in this Outlook 2003 Essentials course –
all designed to increase your productivity.
Outlook 2003: Beginner Level
1.0 What’s New for 2003
1.1 A tour of Outlook 2003
1.2 Editing the Outlook 2003 Toolbars, Task Panes and Mail Views
2.0 Introduction to MS Outlook
2.1 Creating a message
2.2 Replying to and Forwarding messages
2.3 Deleting messages and emptying the Deleted Items folder
2.4 Using Word as the message editor
3.2 Attaching files
3.3 Create and modify a personal signature
3.4 Modify e-mail message settings and delivery options
3.5 Create and edit contacts
3.6 Creating Personal Folders
3.7 Personal Distribution Lists
3.8 Accept, decline, and delegate tasks
Outlook 2003: Intermediate Level
1.1 Create and modify appointments, meetings, and events
1.2 Update, cancel, and respond to meeting requests
1.3 Customize Calendar settings
1.4 Create, modify, and assign tasks
Outlook 2003: Advanced Level
1.1 Create and modify distribution lists
1.2 Link contacts to other items
1.3 Create and modify notes
1.4 Organize items
1.5 Search for items
1.6 Save items in different file formats
1.7 Assign items to categories
1.8 Preview and print items